Summary: This game can be hard in places some missions are easy and some are hard I've got to say its got a good plot and in versus you can fight your friend while both sitting on the same sofa. It's live enabled and got a good few attacks to master and not forgetting the rewards.
Summary: This game is a lot of fun but most of the levels are incredibly difficult. Like at the start of a characters levels,the first level are just beat 'em up. Easy. Yet the start of Daredevils levels - should be easy - but its hardest of the characters first levels of the game so far! Daredevil is very weak. The versus mode is quite fun but u dont get to unlock many characters until about halfway through the game.
Summary: I bought this game thinking I would have fun because I have played quite a number of Marvel character based games. After 20 minutes I had finished 5 ultra easy levels. Then suddenly I was at a level where Wolverine fights a new character to called The Wink. At that point the game became so hard that it was UNBEATABLE. I have played this level over and over but even on the easiest settings I cannot complete the level. I don't even come close to winning.
Summary: I don't normally post reviews, but I felt I had to add another viewpoint from those previously. I'm only around 10 missions into the story game, so I can't comment on its completeness, but I like the way you can follow different paths through it by choosing different character missions. The abilities and difficulties are highly variable, but because the heroes are very close to their comic-book counterparts, each having different characteristics.
Summary: When i first heard about this game, i was pretty interested as it sounded like a great idea and a good use of the franchise, but this is were the innovation ends. The story to ROTI is sketchy at best, alot of the time you do not even know why you are playing as certain characters, one minute i was The Thing, then Wolverine, and then Elektra, there is little continuity.
Summary: Hach ja, was für eine herrlich miese Schlamperei wir im Fall von „Marvel Nemesis – Rise of the Imperfects“ vorliegen haben. Diese von Electronic Arts entwickelte Gülle wurde selbstverständlich flächendeckend auf alle drei (seinerzeit) aktuellen Spielkonsolen Gamecube, X-Box und Playstation 2 portiert, wie es so oft bei peinlichen Comicverwurstungen als Videospielen der Fall ist.